Host Relative Path Starting One Directory Higher The Root
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I have hosted DNN on GoDaddy for years and have run a dummy primary domain with no content in the root and an instance of DNN in a sub directory with the pointer for application root starting in the sub directory. This has worked fine for years.
I decided to blow away all the old stuff that has been patched and upgrade from v4 to v6 and start fresh. I have recreated my configuration but now I get the Relative Path added into my URL with DNN 7.2
I have search, dumped and recreated with no luck.
If I put a dummy html file in my sub directory I can access it using the domain name and filename.
If I use raw SQL editor to review the events table I can see inbound requests showing the domain correctly but then something in dnn is inserting the virtual directory
ORIG URL www.mydomain.com/default.aspx
BECOMES www.mydomain.com/RELATIVE PATH//default.aspx
If I access any pages with the relative path they work, if I delete the Relative Path from the URL the page still works, but any subsequent page requests re-insert the relative path.
Like I said this all used to work fine on version 4, 5 and 6.
Possible to suppress Relative Path in URLS from DNN config or hard set ROOT path?
Yes URL re-write would work, but that's a work around not a fix.